Nokia has announced the second generation of their popular e-series business devices. The new series includes the E90 communicator, the E65 slider, and the E61i. The E61i specializes in providing advanced email technology on a slim layout. The models offer some brilliant upgrades over the original E-series, as will be discussed further. All three operate on quad-band GSM technology, allowing the user access to coverage all over the world.
The models also sport 3G technologies, giving them a high-speed connection to data networks, where 3G coverage is available. The E90 communicator adds WLAN technology to the picture, making it perfect for the home or business network. The user can connect the device to their network at home, enabling them to access the internet without using their mobile network.
The model is equipped with the Nokia S60 browser, which is capable of showing full web pages. Many similar models have partial, mobile browsers that can only display part of the site. The browser offers highly needed, increased functionality. The communicator also sports a powerful 3.2 mega-pixel camera that has an auto-focus. This still doesn't bring the device up to European standards, but makes it one of the most powerful available in the United States.
The E65 gives users one-touch access to their favorite applications thanks to programmable quick keys. The model can also be easily integrated into corporate phone systems - Nokia Intellisync Call Connect for Cisco, Nokia Intellisync Call Connect for Alcatel and Avaya one-X Mobile Edition for Nokia solutions. The Nokia E61i was designed specifically for users that need advanced email functionality. The device offers the ability to handle attachments and is capable of handling the editing of documents.
The model has a full keyboard. The E61i can run the following business email formats: Nokia Intellisync Wireless Email, Mail for Exchange, Good Mobile Messaging, Seven Mobile Mail, and BlackBerry Connect. The device is equipped with a 2.0 mega-pixel camera.
With these new devices, Nokia is establishing themselves once again as the true global leader of the cell phone industry. Nokia has been the world's leader for over five years, and should continue to hold their share at least for a while. Nokia currently holds 35.2 percent of the world's cell phones market share, and have gained about a percent since last year. Samsung and LG both lost considerable market share over the last year, losing out to Nokia and Motorola. Sony Ericsson gained 2% over the last year, but holds only 8%.
Nokia is ahead of the game, and increasing their lead. Users love the powerful models that Nokia seems to be releasing with perfection. It is believed that Nokia can get to 40% market share within the next 2 years.
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